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Creativity at Adobe MAX 2009 - Don't just attend, be part of it!

Adobe MAX is an experience unlike any other; it's an opportunity to connect with thousands of designers, developers, partners, executives, and Adobe staff for education, inspiration, and community.

From October 4 to 7, MAX'09 will be hosted in sun-soaked southern California at the Los Angeles Convention Center and Nokia theater location next to L.A. LIVE, a one-of-a-kind entertainment campus. Host to the GRAMMY® Awards, Emmy® Awards, American Idol finals, and hundreds of other events, L.A. LIVE brings downtown Los Angeles alive with world-class venues, restaurants, cafes, and cinemas, including Lucky Strike Lanes, the GRAMMY Museum℠ and the legendary Conga Room. Wohoo! Yup, that's the other side of MAX, mingle and party hard. But seriously: historically MAX has always been an event for coders (no offense to anyone), but in the past two years we've started adding content for designers as well, going into the depth of our creative solutions (read Adobe Master Collection). We were able to create cool sessions around designing for Print, Web, Interactivity, and Video. These sessions rocked and were extremely well attended. Well then, in a reality where Designers and Developers increasingly collaborate (or should be), it is necessary, if not critical, to mix and match both worlds and discover what each can do to accelerate business through alliance.

Last week we started working on content development for Adobe MAX'09 with a Call for Sessions and Labs. If you, as a designer riding the wave of technology, would like to propose a session or a lab for MAX 2009, please complete the forms linked to below. The MAX team will then review the proposals and formulate the agenda for the Adobe event of the year. We truly look forward to reviewing your proposals.

Adobe MAX 2009 Call for Sessions and Labs will end April 15, 2009 midnight PST.
MAX team goal is to have all sessions, labs, and speakers selected by May 15, 2009.

So get them creative juices flowing! Check out the Adobe MAX Website for an idea of what sessions, and labs, took place in previous years.

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